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BMX Cyclist, Nick Bruce, Discusses Mental Health Fitness

May 17, 2024

For Mental Health Awareness month, Team USA BMX Cyclist, Nick Bruce joins the Child Mind Institute to discuss how he stays mentally fit. Nick shares how exercise can boost your mood and opens up about his personal journey with therapy.

World-class athletes join us in the #MentalHealthFitness campaign to acknowledge the importance of prioritizing mental health as well as physical wellbeing. In personal videos, they share how they’ve been able to face their own mental health challenges and offer pointers on how to combine fitness with core mental health skill building to maintain your #MentalHealthFitness.  

For more inspiring videos on how world-class athletes stay mentally fit, check out this year’s Mental Health Fitness campaign.

About Nick Bruce

Nick Bruce, an American Freestyle BMX cyclist from Youngstown, Ohio, rose to fame for pioneering tricks like the flair tailwhip to tailwhip back (flair windshield wiper) and the 360 double tailwhip to downside tailwhip. After reigniting his passion for BMX in college, he turned pro, competed at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and became a proud member of the USA Cycling National Team. Now, he seeks to contend in the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Asking for support when you need it is a key part of maintaining your #MentalHealthFitness. These resources can help:

Tagged with: #MentalHealthFitness, Mental Health, Sports